A reader asks: “My best friend won’t talk to me anymore because I told someone something about her that I swore I would never tell. Don’t you think it’s wrong to give up a long-time friendship just because someone slipped?”
The world is full of well-intentioned people. And just because their intentions are good, it doesn’t mean that they are not wrong for what they say or do, particularly when their actions or words can — and do — harm people.
The post Charlotte Readers Podcast: Irene Blair Honeycutt appeared first on Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Digital Branch.
For more articles from the Charlotte Journalism Collaborative, please visit the CJC website.
Click on the reader below to see the latest QNotes Edition.
Stand Up and Be Counted!
U.S. Census for 2020 has begun.
Help the bureau and MeckCounts hit their 100% participation marks.
Visit MeckCounts 2020 to learn more.
Additional information on the U.S. Census and job opportunities with the bureau during the 2020 operation are available online.